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Submitted by thisisxboxcom 1122d ago | news

UK: Tesco Breaks Kinect Star Wars Street Date and Possibly Stealing Your MS Points?

This is Xbox: "Spyk also reported that Tesco staff are not including the instruction manual when you purchase the game, whilst this may not seem like a big deal – Spyk wasn’t aware that the game comes with redeem codes on the back of the instruction manual offering free MS Points.

Please be aware wherever you buy your copy of Kinect Star Wars that the case has not been opened or tampered with, otherwise it is likely that store staff are stealing your free MS Points!" (Kinect Star Wars, Xbox 360)

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